UPDATE: Someone was high on plastic fumes when this quote came out because apparently it's entirely fabricated. "I read that Jennifer had banned me from the premiere for being too polarizing, but I know now that it wasn't true," Montag tells Us.
"It never really made sense to me because Jennifer is such a sweetheart and she even commented before on a red carpet about how interesting and fun it was to have me in the movie."
“I’m so upset. I was so excited! This is the first movie I’ve ever been in and I can’t walk the red carpet because Jennifer Aniston decided I was ‘too polarizing’.”
If this is true, Aniston should realize this movie isn’t No Country for Old Men. It’s a story about a guy who assumes a fake family in order to have sex with someone. Ron Jeremy could show up, and it wouldn’t at all change what people think of this movie, which is: complete and total indifference.
But of course, Aniston’s reps deny the claim, saying, “We do not have anything to do with who gets invited, but besides that, Sony did invite Heidi to the premiere and did not get an RSVP from her."
I do think there's a sliver of truth to this story, just because I doubt Montag could've thought of the word 'polarizing' on her own. So most likely what happened was Aniston made some catty comment that got around to Montag, who got her feelings hurt, and then pouted and stayed home trying to think of ways to make Aniston look bad.
It’s really for the best that she didn’t show up, though. She probably would’ve melted from all the camera flashes.